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As I approached the temple, I felt like I was in a movie. It's built into/on the side of a high hill and quite inspiring. It did convey a sense of spirituality and peace. Much less tourist than the other busy temples like Todai Ji....More
I love this temple which is located on a hill. Ni-gatsu means "second-month" or February in Japanese. It's not too far from Todai-ji. When you arrive you climb around 70 steps to get to the top where the Hall is located. From the balcony you...More
This temple is deep inside the park therefore making it very quiet and calm since most tourists don't make it that far into the park. The view from the top is very nice during the morning, but can be very hot and blinding during the...More
As you walk around the park , not far from the main temple and museum is a path way leading up from the lake through the trees and takes you to an area with more temples/shrines. this temple The Nigatsu-do is a large complex and...More
A much quieter stop as compared to Todai-ji. This temple is not huge but nice and peaceful, the view at the top is breathtaking.
I did the following half- to one-day itinerary: Nara Station --> Take the yellow bus to Todai-ji Temple --> Walk to...More
One of my best memories from the wonderful city of Nara! The outer galleries decorated with lanterns offer superb views. Besides, nearby there is a charming wooden rest hall where you can have free hot green tea while contemplating Buddhist paintings or chatting with other...More